San Pedro Metropolitan Cathedral


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San Pedro Metropolitan Cathedral

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Andrew Carl PadillaAndrew Carl Padilla
14:38 12 Sep 22
One of the biggest and with unique structure Cathedral I've been. It is a round building which you can see 360° view from the altar.It has a big fan on top so its a bit windy plus the church is open both sides so its not really hot even there's a lot of people.Church staff also organizes seats during the mass, they will assist you if there's still vacant seats so you can sit.Restroom: FREE (you can give donation voluntarily)All in all the place is very nice, if you love visiting churches San Pedro Cathedral is A MUST TO VISIT. So add it to your list!Outside the church there is food stall, small stalls for saints figurines, bracelet and many more holy accessories.There's park in front of church and fastfoods and many more!
Hardware GirlHardware Girl
05:52 12 Jul 22
The Area Is Secured. Police and And Guard Are all in position you dont have to worry about anything and the place is clean.
Vince SalazarVince Salazar
02:04 09 Feb 20
This is a Cathedral located in Davao City. It has an interesting architecture on the outside. Made largely of concrete it gives a modern look when being viewed on the exterior. The concrete gives that cold vibe to the design, but as soon as you go inside you will see the warm lights surrounding the interior and the wooden seats that face the central altar. Interesting to note also, the cathedral is facing the city government buildings. When you want to go around San Pedro street to look for interesting contemporary architecture, don't forget to stop by San Pedro Cathedral.
Feng SantiagoFeng Santiago
08:10 31 Oct 19
Very solemn church. After mass, the priest called and blessed the birthday celebrants for the day, and the church goers sang a birthday song for them. For security, there were officers at the gate inspecting the bags of the visitors.
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San Pedro Metropolitan Cathedral

The Saint Peter Metropolitan Cathedral, also referred to as the San Pedro Cathedral or Davao Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral located at Barangay 2-A, Poblacion District, Davao City, Philippines. The cathedral, dedicated to Saint Peter, is the ecclesiastical seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Davao. Wikipedia

About Us

Heeding the call of Pope Francis to evangelize the people at the periphery, the Archdiocese of Davao, through its Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications, strengthens its presence in whatever available media platforms today.

Davao Verbum Dei Media Foundation, Incorporated

Davao Verbum Dei Media Foundation, Incorporated, a duly-approved not-for-profit organization, was established last June, 2009 to carry out pastoral instruction Communie et Progressio elaborated by the Pontifical Council for Social Communications and Aetatis Novae approved by Pope Paul VI.

VISION

A community of disciples of Jesus Christ in the Archdiocese of Davao, evangelized and evangelizing, transformed by the Word of God (Verbum Dei), incarnate in the lives of the faithful.

MISSION

Participate in the Christian view of communication, the Davao Verbum Dei Media Foundation, Incorporated, propagating the Christ-life, do commit ourselves:

  1. To serve as the fountain head of the faith serving as a medium for social communication;
  2. To create with prudence multi-media programming for the family, youth, and children.

Inspired by the shining example of Mary, the Holy Mother of God and the model of the Church and with the guidance of the legitimate authority of the Catholic Church, we yield to God in carrying out this mission.

GOALS

  1. To carry out set of scenes for concrete pastoral work in communications and progress as elaborated by the Pontifical Commission for the Means of Social Communication (Communio et Progressio).
  2. To treat current challenges like the need for critical evaluation, communication and development and the right to information (Aetatis Novae).
  3. To use communications and media which are powerful instruments of progress as the way to give the public access to information which are true and accurate.
  4. To be part of the Catholic press which will bring knowledge of the Church to the world and vice-versa (a knowledge of the world to the Church).
  5. To effectively promote dialogue inside the Church and between the Church and the outside world.
  6. To cooperate by sharing resources and knowledge among conferences and between dioceses and other institutions such as religious communities in the fields of spiritual formation and pastoral care, communications and development of people, training and research, public relations and education.

As of today, we have three multi-media platforms in operation:

I. Davao Catholic Herald (Print)

II. Davao Catholic Herald (Online)

III. DXGN 89.9 Spirit FM Davao Radio Station

The Davao Catholic Herald and DXGN 89.9 Spirit FM Davao Radio hold office at San Pablo Parish Compound, Juna Subdivision, Matina, Davao City 8021 Philippines. Radio transmitter of DXGN 89.9 Spirit FM Davao is located in Shrine Hills Matina, Davao City, 8021 Philippines.

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Address
San Pedro St, Poblacion District, Davao City, Davao del Sur